In high demand throughout Melbourne, Rhythm Tap Melbourne are Australia's original performers of authentic Rhythm Tap. Renowed for their unabashed on stage charisma, athletic edge, and fearless rhythmic improvisation, they lay down the beats on the floor like it's nobodys business. Led by the Founder of The Melbourne International Tap Festival, this group are the genuine article, with the meanest tap dancing feet in the country....and not afraid to back it up.
A hand pick troupe of highly skilled performers and percussive musicians, they pull rhythms from Africa, gypsy jazz, hip hop and big band swing, in a jaw dropping demonstration of skill, spirit and style.
"...a flurry of furious rhythm and dynamic choreography. Mesmerised, our audience were left stamping their feet, clapping their hands and begging for more."
Red Bennies Cabaret Club, Melbourne
Whether you are after the sweet syncopation of a high class jazz act, the infectious rhythms of the African drum, or the high voltage energy of an idustrial street tap experience, Rhythm Tap Melbourne are a group that will deliver. Perfect for any occasion from an executive black tie event, to a roaring twenties party, these dancers know how to work the room and to kick off your event in style.
Want some lads and ladies suited up in old world hollywood glamour? No Problem. Or an urban crew of hard hitting hoofers? Easily done. Not sure what you need? We can taylor and act to suit your event.
The troupe are experienced in working to a client brief, liasing with stage and sound crew, and working with musicians. They are highly skilled at delivering choreography, staging and costuming that will support the vision you have for your event.
"..A flashier, more athletic style....fascinating to watch."
Jessica Nicholas, The Age.
The troupe have performed on stage and screen extensively throughout Melbourne, Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
Past performances include.
St. Regis Hotel Grand Opening (Singapore)
Formula 1 Grand Prix Gala dinner (Melbourne
Sky Casino opening (New Zealand)
Mercedes Benz vehicle launch
Australia's Got Talent - The Swift Brothers (Channel 7)
St Kilda Festival
Melbourne International Jazz Fetsival
Sunday Arts (ABC)